Endurance Fish Poacher (20-in.) by RSVP International
This 22" (20" interior) Fish Poacher will help you create the best fish you've ever tasted. Take full control of the fish-cooking process and make delicious fish every time. Use it for whole fish, steaks or filets. Poaching allows you to still retain flavor and cook the healthy way without drying fi... See complete description »
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This 22" (20" interior) Fish Poacher will help you create the best fish you've ever tasted. Take full control of the fish-cooking process and make delicious fish every time. Use it for whole fish, steaks or filets. Poaching allows you to still retain flavor and cook the healthy way without drying fish out. Oval lid fits snugly on top to trap moisture and two side handles make it easy to lift when full. Includes a stainless steel rack. Perforated, stainless steel won't react with food or absorb odors. Cleans up easily.
Not as expensive nor as heavy as some on the market; but, since it is used only occasionally, it is quite a bargain and works every bit as well as the more costly ones.
Wonderful.Perfect fit on two burners, and the rack did double duty in the oven.
I've never seen a fish poacher before and think it's a great idea.
This fish poacher is exactly what I wanted. I rated it a 4 on a scale of 5 because the 5 is an All Clad. Most of may cookware is All Clad but their fishpoacher is (4) four times the cost of this one. I do not think the it is worth the difference because 1. I don't use it as often as I use all of my other cookware and 2. Even it is not the real heavy wall construction it will perform just fine in the oven. I love the All Clad and recommend it all the time but I just couldn't justify the difference in my own mind.<br><br>Charlie Hough
This poacher works wonderfully, and is very solid. But it's BIG. Before buying, think about the size of the fish you would usually cook. If the poacher is larger than you need for your fish, you can still use it, but you will need much more liquid to cover the fish, and that makes a difference if you are poaching in something other than plain water. It takes a lot of wine, even mixed with water, or a lot of stock, to make enough flavored poaching liquid for this 20" poacher. Buy the size you really need, not a bigger size.
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Buy fish the day you plan to cook it and keep it in the coldest part of the fridge (all the way in the back). Or keep it on ice in a colander set in a bowl, which should keep it good for a day or two. Freezing fish makes it a little mushy; fine for broiling or stews, not great for sautes.